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Put Your Recovery in Our Hands
Nova Health Hand Therapy Services

Nova Health Hand Therapy

Hand pain and immobility can make even the smallest daily activity unbearable. Let our Eugene and Roseburg hand therapy experts help you build a treatment plan that addresses your unique needs, eases your discomfort, and rehabilitates your mobility.

Our team of compassionate care providers understands how to customize treatment plans to rehabilitate patients suffering from conditions affecting the hands and upper extremities. Our certified hand therapists (CHT) have a minimum of five years of clinical outstretched arm experience, including 4,000 hours or more of direct practice in hand therapy, and continue their professional development and competency by recertifying every five years.

Nova Health hand therapists combine their scientific background in biophysics, kinematics, neurology, and orthopedics with the art of healing to customize your treatment plan to include such approaches as training, coaching, education, the practice of specific motions, or the use of custom-crafted orthotics. No matter the cause or severity of your injury, we are committed to easing your pain and discomfort.

What Is Hand Therapy? 

Hand therapy is a type of physical therapy focused on restoring function to the hand and minimizing pain after trauma. This practice involves exercises and other treatments designed to strengthen the hand and restore your range of motion. Our non-operative, non-invasive methods focus on prevention and recovery. Whether you recently had surgery or suffered an injury at work, Nova Health is here to provide hand therapy near Eugene or Roseburg, Oregon.

What Is a Type of Hand Injury That Requires Therapy? 

Any hand injury can require physical therapy, including these common causes: 

  • Burns
  • Lacerations
  • Deformities from a traumatic event
  • Broken bones
  • Infections that lead to finger amputation
  • Finger dislocations
  • Arthritis
  • Carpal Tunnel

What Are Some of the Treatments? 

The most common form of hand therapy involves exercises designed to strengthen and challenge your hand. You may start slowly by picking up something soft and progress to squeezing tennis balls to challenge your hand’s function. 

Beyond exercise, we offer massages to manipulate the soft tissue in your hand and ultrasounds to ease muscle spasms. Our team can perform hot or cold therapy and help you adapt to the use of an artificial extremity. Regardless of your injury or condition, we can find the treatment your body best responds to and start from there.

Put Your Recovery In Our Hands

Nova Health has a team of trained providers ready to provide hand therapy. We have worked with many patients just like you to help them regain function in their hands. Our knowledge and expertise allow us to develop a treatment plan that will address your concerns. If your improvement hits a plateau, we’ll find alternatives to continue your progress.

Find a location near you to schedule an appointment.